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  • 1 x 295g can of condensed soup
  • 1 (200ml) bottle Neutral Fortisip
  • 100ml water

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Method / Preparation

1. Pour condensed soup into a saucepan, add water and stir well.

2. Heat soup gradually, stirring continually. Do not allow to boil.

3. When thoroughly heated, remove from the heat and stir in Fortisip.

4. Return to the heat and warm gently to serving temperature – do not allow to boil.

5. Serving suggestion: top with a spoonful of cream and chopped chives or pepper.

Nutritional Content

Carbohydrate:     41.3g


An easy way to increase the nutrient levels of shop bought condensed soups is to add Neutral Fortisip as part of the reconstituting liquid. There is a wide variety of flavours available e.g. Cream of Chicken, Tomato, Mushroom, Vegetable.

1 spoonful of cream adds approx 50kcal.

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